all-you-can-eatPreviously available only on PS5 and Xbox Series S | X, it will be available on PS4, Xbox One, Switch and PC via Steam on March 23rd.
Developed by Ghost Town Games and published by Team17, the physical edition will be available in both PlayStation 4 and Switch versions for $ 39.99 / £ 29.99 / € 39.99.
If you’re new to the series, it’s all about getting the most out of your manic kitchen while trying to serve your meal. Everything that can go wrong will not work. Our own Tom Orry says, “Nothing spreads the cheers of Christmas more than playing Overcooked with your family.”
Just in case you need a glimpse of what the game does for interpersonal relationships.
“Overcooked All You Can Eat excites all over 200 levels of both games, including all downloadable content, 7 new levels, and a brand new assist mode, completely reworked in up to 4K, and smooth at 60 frames per second. (30 frames per second on Nintendo Switch), “said the Team 17 press release. “Cross-platform multiplayer will be available to chefs playing on all platforms with a free post-release update.”
You can choose from a huge number of chefs, consisting of 80 chefs, to control the kitchen mess. If you’re a fan of The Muppets, you can also download the nonsense-loving Swedish chef. If you get the game at launch, it’s only for a limited time.
Even better, the developer / publisher duo has now added accessibility options to their titles. “Overcooked All You Can Eat also includes a new accessibility option and an assist mode that adds an option to increase level time. Boost score given per meal. Increase recipe time and turn off order expiration. Features to do, “said the press release. “Accessibility options include colorblind-friendly chef indicators, a scalable user interface, and the ability to enable dyslexia-friendly text.”
If you like to murder your friends while trying to satisfy the appetite of faceless NPCs, this is a game for you.